Scientists now tell us that the oxygen in our environment has dropped dramatically. In fact, they say that it is down to 15%, and even lower in some highly-populated cities. This is a dramatic decrease from past centuries when the levels were upwards of 35%. The problem with lower levels of atmospheric oxygen is that too little oxygen can contribute to a rise in ill health and disease.
Less oxygen today is the result of environmental changes, toxins in the air, smog, pollution and all the other problems that come as a byproduct of modern living. Fortunately, you can help your body better respond to these challenges with health-giving and oxygen-rich Kaqun Water.
In addition to being delivered to the body through inhalation (breathing air into the lungs), humans can also consume liquid oxygen. Just as gaseous oxygen is absorbed through the lungs and used by the body, liquid oxygen penetrates the mucous membranes of the stomach and gastrointestinal tract. Drinking this highly oxygenated water on a daily basis, in addition to your regular consumption of water, ensures that you have plenty of oxygen in your blood.*
Kaqun Water contains an especially high level of stable oxygen formed during processing. This happens via a unique process called electrolysis that separates the oxygen and hydrogen molecules. The oxygen is then formed into clusters. The clusters are very stable, oxygen-rich, and remain in the water until you drink it. Kaqun Water is so stable that the oxygen can last for days, even after it has been uncapped!*
This unique water absorbs deeply into cells at the mitochondrial level. The mitochondria are often referred to as the "energy producers," or the power plant, of cells. The additional oxygen acts as nutrient support that provides extra oxygen for good energy and performance.*
Adding Kaqun Water to the diet is associated with many benefits. In addition to added energy, it is linked to improved immune function and greater resistance to chronic illnesses. For athletes—from day-to-day training to intense competition—you will likely notice better performance and greater endurance.*
Another consideration is that when cells have more energy, they are able to perform at maximal levels. For example, liver cells detoxify better, brain cells "think" better and immune cells respond better. Overall, energy is enhanced for most people, and oxygen is utilized more efficiently.*
Dr. Minkoff, founder of BodyHealth, says, "Plenty of people I work with are drinking Kaqun Water with great success and they love how it makes them feel." These days, boosting your oxygen levels is a smart move to stay energized, promote health and offset some of the effects of a highly polluted and oxygen-deficient world. If you are looking to be in the best health possible, give Kaqun Water a try.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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